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Lemongrass

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1km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Wonderful Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Lemongrass is a cosy hostel in a secure neighborhood of Limassol. With shared rooms, terrace and a lovely kitchen you will find all you need in a budget accommodation.... More...

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Lima Sol House

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0.8km from city centre - Show on Map
9.2
Superb 88
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Lima Sol House offers comfortable and affordable hostel accommodation in the city center of Limassol. You have access to the veranda, kitchen as well as free WiFi. Free parking is also available here.... More...

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Jedi Hub Hostel

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0.7km from city centre - Show on Map
8.3
Fabulous 15
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  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

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Jedi Surf Hostel

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1.8km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Wonderful Location
Free WiFi

Jedi Surf Hostel has a unique design, shiny atmosphere and a homey comfort. Here you will get a new stream of creativity and ideas...... More...

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Pefkos Hotel

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0.7km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
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Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

The Pefkos hotel is family owned, renowned for its warm, relaxing, hospitable and friendly atmosphere which makes it ideal for all type of visitors. At the Pefkos, we do not welcome you at our Hotel,... More...

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Sweeping along Cyprus's sunny south coast, Limassol has a mix of Mediterranean beach life, good food and ancient culture. It's also at the centre of the island's wine-making region, and there are plenty of vineyards nearby to explore. In the city's characterful historic centre, you'll find streets full of honey-coloured stone buildings, with lively tavernas serving meze, shaded by tumbling greenery. Discover Limassol's contemporary art scene at the seafront Prokymea (Molos) Sculpture Park, or explore the island's wild side on the slopes of the nearby Troodos Mountains.

Limassol hostels tend to have a youthful vibe. Choose from modern accommodation decorated with colourful street art, airy lodgings with plants and a garden, or a more upmarket option with a swimming pool. You'll find social spaces like a roof terrace, shared kitchen or lounge where you can meet other travellers. Most hostels in Limassol are within walking distance of a beach, and some organise activities such as barbecue nights and walking tours.

In Limassol's historic Old Town, you'll find a main square buzzing with bars and restaurants, and side streets with cafés and shops selling local handicrafts. The picturesque Old Port is a perfect spot for a stroll: head along the seafront for Molos promenade, a long area lined with tall palms and sprinkled with sculptures. Limassol's central beach is Akti Olympion, where you'll find golden sand, sun loungers and showers where you can hose off after a swim in the sea.

Discover the city's past by exploring sturdy, medieval Limassol Castle or the ancient artefacts of Limassol Archaeological Museum. Vintage car enthusiasts can visit Cyprus Motor Museum, which houses an eclectic collection of vehicles, while art lovers can see one of the island's best collections of contemporary art at the Lanitis Art Foundation. If you're more of an outdoorsy type, head to the Troodos National Forest Park, which is scattered with hiking trails and mountain villages, plus winter ski slopes at Troodos Peak. Limassol's beaches are ideal for yachting, snorkelling, surfing and swimming.

Limassol is roughly halfway in between Paphos and Larnaca International Airports. To get to the town from either of the airports, you can take a taxi (around 40 minutes' drive) or catch the Limassol Airport Express bus (around 50 minutes). The city is small enough to explore on foot, and you can get around easily on the island's bus network – or hire a bicycle for a scenic tour of the Cypriot countryside. 

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We have 5 hostels in Limassol with an average rating of 8.4 based on 374 reviews 5 of 5 properties available in Limassol

About Limassol

Sweeping along Cyprus's sunny south coast, Limassol has a mix of Mediterranean beach life, good food and ancient culture. It's also at the centre of the island's wine-making region, and there are plenty of vineyards nearby to explore. In the city's characterful historic centre, you'll find streets full of honey-coloured stone buildings, with lively tavernas serving meze, shaded by tumbling greenery. Discover Limassol's contemporary art scene at the seafront Prokymea (Molos) Sculpture Park, or explore the island's wild side on the slopes of the nearby Troodos Mountains.

Limassol hostels tend to have a youthful vibe. Choose from modern accommodation decorated with colourful street art, airy lodgings with plants and a garden, or a more upmarket option with a swimming pool. You'll find social spaces like a roof terrace, shared kitchen or lounge where you can meet other travellers. Most hostels in Limassol are within walking distance of a beach, and some organise activities such as barbecue nights and walking tours.

In Limassol's historic Old Town, you'll find a main square buzzing with bars and restaurants, and side streets with cafés and shops selling local handicrafts. The picturesque Old Port is a perfect spot for a stroll: head along the seafront for Molos promenade, a long area lined with tall palms and sprinkled with sculptures. Limassol's central beach is Akti Olympion, where you'll find golden sand, sun loungers and showers where you can hose off after a swim in the sea.

Discover the city's past by exploring sturdy, medieval Limassol Castle or the ancient artefacts of Limassol Archaeological Museum. Vintage car enthusiasts can visit Cyprus Motor Museum, which houses an eclectic collection of vehicles, while art lovers can see one of the island's best collections of contemporary art at the Lanitis Art Foundation. If you're more of an outdoorsy type, head to the Troodos National Forest Park, which is scattered with hiking trails and mountain villages, plus winter ski slopes at Troodos Peak. Limassol's beaches are ideal for yachting, snorkelling, surfing and swimming.

Limassol is roughly halfway in between Paphos and Larnaca International Airports. To get to the town from either of the airports, you can take a taxi (around 40 minutes' drive) or catch the Limassol Airport Express bus (around 50 minutes). The city is small enough to explore on foot, and you can get around easily on the island's bus network – or hire a bicycle for a scenic tour of the Cypriot countryside.